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in order, slowly, thoroughly, 60, | Ease, s. ease, comfort, 1556.
64, 234, 771, 3732, 7068.

Easement, s. ease, relief, 7988.
Dump, v. to rush down, to sink, Ed, adj. head, chief, famous,
1996, 13289.

5324, 5950; super. Edist, Eddist.
Dung, Dungen, Dungyn, part. p. See Od, another form.

of Ding, crushed, smashed, beaten Edder, Eddur, 8. (A.S.) a serpent,
down, 2086, 3229, 11632.

or adder, 925, 4432, 4453.
Dur, Durr, s. (A.S.) a door, 11890, Een, Ene, 8. (pl. of Ee) the eyes,
11936.

1958, 2422, 2695, 9595.
Dure, v. (A.N.) to endure, 2005; Eft, Efte, adv. (A.S.) after, 808,
to delay, to linger, 5594 ; s. wrong,

1996, 9780; again, 7624, 9778.
harm, offence, 1764.

Efter, adv. after, afterwards, 1439.
Dussh, v. to dash, to throw down,

to fall down, 4776, 5786, 6410, Eftirsons, adv. immediately after,
13917.

7424.
Dut, v. pret. of Doute, dreaded, Eftsones, Eftesones, adv. (A.S.)
feared, 10128, 13427, 13834; ex-

immediately, 2478, 6456.
pected, 8347.

Eger, Egor, adj. eager, fond, 3753,
Dyche, 8. See Diche.

5145, 10320; 0. to become eager,
Dydden, v. pret. of Do, did, put, Egerly, Egurly, adv. eagerly, hur-

to rouse, 7329.
1381.

,

riedly, 264, 1390.
Dye, v. to die, 6528.

Egge, s. an edge, 7926.
Dyke, s. (A.S.) a wall, 1533; a
ditch, 4755, 8328.

Egh, 8. (A.S.) an eye, 1313,

3015.
Dympull, 8. a dimple, 3060.
Dyn, 8. noise, bustle, clamour,

Eght, v. pret. of Agh, owed,

owned, 4212, 5325.
shouting, mourning, wailing, 274,
1197, 1347, 6910, 8675, 8680.

Eghted, adj. eighth, 6223.
Dyn, Dynn, v. to make a great Eire, 8. an heir, 5315.
noise, to resound, 1197; to clamour, Eke, v. to add, to increase, 9270.

;
to scold, 7659 ; part. Dynnyng, Elde, adj. (A.S.) old, aged, 126;

;
noise, wailing, 3137, 9618.

old
age,

160.
Dyng, v. See Ding

Elit = elected, chosen, 1491.

,
Dynt, Dynte, Dyntte, 8. See

Ellis, adv. (A.S.) else, otherwise,
Dint.

1154, 10328, 13080.
Dysasent, Dyssaisent, v. to refuse Elue, for Elne, s. an ell, 170.
assent, to disapprove, 8016, 9369. Eme, Em, 8. an uncle, 135, 1285,

s
Dyse, 8. (A.N.) a fragment, a bit;

13101, 13519.
never dere hym a dyse = never
hurt him in the least, 808. Emperour, Emperoure, s. a chief,

a captain, a commander, 6021,
Dyse, s. the game of dice, 1622.

8829, 8955, 9705, 12042, 12575.
Dysese, Dyssese, 8. annoyance, Enabit, v. to dwell, to live, 110,
vexation, 3326, 4206.

1600; pret. Enabit; part. p.
Dyshoner, 8. dishonour, disgrace, Enabit, peopled, 101, 2858; re-
1005.

sorted to, 2856.
Dyting, s. See Diting

Enarmed, Enarmyt, part. p.

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armed, 87, 1179, 1236, 10512, | Entaile, Entayill, 8. (A.N.) sculp-
11172.

ture, or carving, 1650, 1671.
Enbowet, adj. (part. p. of En- Entend, 8. (A.N.) understanding,
bowe) bent, bowed down,

ideas, 2634.
rounded, 3034.

Entent, 8. (A.N.) intention, pur-
Encline, v. (A.N.) to bow to, to

pose, understanding, reason, 27,
salute, 2305 ; to follow, 2245.

1716, 2709, 6724, 8647, 11244,
Encres, v. to increase, 6432. 11377, 11696.
End, Ende, v. to finish, to com-Entierment, 8. interment, funeral,
plete, 4, 272; to end, to result,

9106.
194 ; s. an end, conclusion, 1438, Entire, v. to inter, to bury, 9085.
1439.

Entre, Entur, v. to enter, 9107,
Endlange, along

11878.
Endles, adj. infinite, 2.

Entre, 8. (A.N.) entrance, 1556,
Endure, v. to live, to wear out, 11875, 11895; a beginning, 2248;
2661.

an entry, or common passage in a
Ene, 8. pl. See Een.

building, 1600.
Enerdand, Enerdond, part. of Entrond, adj. absorbed, entranced,
Enerde, dwelling, inhabiting, 4117,

3844.
12857.

Enys, adv. once, at last, 873,
Enfecte, v. to infect, to cause to

7925.
repeat, 936 (see Note); poisoned, Er, adv. before, 1091, 1128, 1137.
2979; pret. Enfecte.

Erde, v. (A.S.) to inhabit, to
Enforce, v. to overcome, to sway, abide, to be found, to be sunk, 121,
10103; pret. Enforce.

923, 4233; Erdond, Erdyng, part.
Enforme, Enfourme, v. to inform,

sunk, or bowed down, 7128, 12132;
to instruct, 654, 809, 3011; part.

Erdyng, 8. a living being, a mortal,
p. Enformet, Enfourmet, skilled,

2217,
3223, 6186, 10813.

Erding, s. burial.
Enhaunse, v. (A.N.) to raise, to Ere, adv. before, previously, 1416.
elevate, 13378, 13650.

Ere, 8. (A.S.) an ear, pl. Eris,
Enjoyne, v. to enjoin, to work 1964, 2650.
out, to accomplish, 416.

Erende, Ernd, 8. (A.S.) an errand,
Enmy, s. an enemy, 1528.

a purpose, an end, 481, 522, 1936.
Enny, adj. any, 1528.

Eritage, 8. heritage, right, 13773.
Enon, adv. anon, straight, direct, Erne, 8. an eagle, 11801.
1946.

Ernyst, adj. earnest, serious ;
Enournet, part. p. adorned, set grief, sorrow, 2942.

Erst, adv. (A.S.) before, 4319;
Enow, adj. enough, in plenty, first, 7233.
332.

Ert, Erte, v. to lead, to bring, to
Enpaire, Enpare, v. to impair, to guide, to direct, 264, 2725, 2942,

injure, 787, 2115, 8886, 9784. 4857 ; to hearten, to encourage,
Ensample, 8. (A.N.) example,

5602; Ert = art, 5121.
model; in ensample '= after the Ese, 8. (A.N.) ease, pleasure ; v.
model, 1610.

to rest, to refresh, 7132, 8381.

=

up, 1675.

see.

Esmint, 8. ease, comfort, 3338. Faffure, MS. for Fassure, which
Espie, s. a spy, 13425.
Etlyng, 8. (A.S.) intention, pur- Faght, v. pret. of Feght, fought,
pose, desire, 1633.

5410, 6839, 7441, 8404.
Ettle, Ettill, Etill, Etle, Atle, v. Failyng, 8. failure, lack, 11162.

s
to intend, to aim at, to attempt, to Faint, adj. false, 12591.
tell, 110, 394, 6399, 6456, 7424; Faint, Faintte, v. to weaken,
Etlit = went, followed, 8989; =

9567, 11162.
had gone, 13519.
Euther, pron. either, each, both, Fainting, Faintyng, 8. languor,
,

weakness, 116, 338.
every, 57, 2018, 2357.
Evensangtyme, & the hour of Faintis, Faintes, 8. (A.N.) deceit,
.

treachery, 241, 594.
even-song, or vespers, 8919.
Evenyng, adj. equal, of the same

Faintly, adv. cowardly, 585.
rank, 2217 ; s. equality, 3372.

Faire, adv. (A.S.) comely, fair, of
Ever, adv. (A.S.) always, con-

light complexion, 129, 2885; glori-
stantly, 143, 961; Ever more =

ous, 4407 ; Fairer, the better, the
always, 294.

upper hand, 4507, 6882; Fairest,

best, for the best, 1119; upon
Evyll, adv. sorely, severely,

faire wise = openly, without ap-
abominably, 1265, 9685.

pearance of foul play, 145.
Evyn, s. evening, night, 978. Faire, adv. plainly, evidently, be- .
Evyn, adv. at once, immediately, comingly, 82, 4337.

accordingly, 1633, 1980; finely, Fairhed, Fairhede, Fairehede, s.
correctly, perfectly, 436, 1635; beauty, splendour, honour, glory,
full evyn=completely, perfectly, 1501, 3014, 4409, 4414, 8332,
11115; adj. even, level, flat, 2078; 9144.
just, fair, 2287.

Faith, adj. truthful, truthlike,
Ewther, conj. either, 1479.

241; faith, trust, fealty, promise,
Ex, v. to ask, to seek, to wile, 533, 548, 599; in faith
Bk. I. title, 11621.

tainly, assuredly, 735.
Exchewe, v. (A.N.) to eschew, Faithfully, adv. honestly, truly,
4910.

654; assuredly, 1890.
Exin, 8. oxen, 568; oxin, 877, Faithly, adv. truly, properly, com-
949.

pletely, 632, 11417, 13950.
Experyment, 8. charms, 13217. Faitour, s. (A.N.) a deceiver, a
Explait, &. furtherance, promo-

scoundrel, 11241, 11864.
tion, 3661.

Fall, Falle, v. to befall, to happen,
Extaint, v. (Old Fr. estaindre) to to come, to spring, to begin, 421,
extinguish, to calm or still, 4927.

1425, 2406, 2867, 11617; to falle
to = to happen, 2719; to attain

to, 8953; to commence, to begin,
Face, v. to soil, to deface, to dis- 4685; to fall on = to attack,
figure, 9129, 9215; part. Facyng.

11515. Fallus befalls, 1116;
Faciund, Facound, 8. (A.N.) elo-

Fallys, 2nd pl. imper. 11515.
quence, 3748, 3792.

Fall, 8. chance, opportunity, 8117.
Fade, v. to cause to fade, to Falshed, 8 (A.S.) falsehood,

weaken, to quench, 785, 9188.

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Falsly, adv. treacherously, wick- | Fay, adj. (A.S. fóge, Icel. feiyr)
edly, 1723.

doomed, or fated to die, dead,
Falsyng, s. lying, falsehood, 11330, mortally wounded, 597, 956, 1154,
11352, 12368.

6590; many, 7967. See Fey.
Fame, 8. a report, a story, tradi- Fayn, fayne, adj. (A.S. fag)
tion, 149; good name, character,

glad, proud, happy, 639, 898, 1412;
fame, renown, 759.

adj. gladly, 5755.
Fantasy, Fantasi, 8. musing, rev- Fayn, Fayne, v. to feign, to dis-
ery, 2669, 9575.

semble, to conceal, 241, 253, 594,
Fare, v. (A.S.) to go, to proceed,

994; to adorn, to embellish, 34;

part. Faynyng; as an adj.
to wend, to come, 29, 485, 1148,

ceitful, 966. See Feyne.
1189; to proceed, to act, 654, 760;
to fare, to suffer, 1222; pret. Fer; Faynhed, 8. gladness, 2446.
149, Fore, Faren, Faryn; part. p. Faynond, adj. glad, gladsomo,
Faren, Faryn.

affectionate, 12732.
Fare, 8. entertainment, 485 ; con- Faynte. See Fainte.
duct, behaviour, appearance,

bear-
ing, 446, 817, '966, 1188, 1295, Fe, 8. a reward, 2400.
5853; purpose, plan, scheme, ad- Febill, Feble, adj. (A.N.) feeble,
venture, 1109, 1511, 2036, 11241; weak, miserable, 1356, 1438; v. to

a crowd of runners, a route, 11069. become feeble, to wax weak, 5956,
Faren, Faryn, pret. & part. p. of 6058, 13918.
Fare.

Fecche, v. (A.S.) to fetch, 185,
Fase, s. the face, 1271.

614, 6032; part. Fecchyng, bring-
Fassure, . bearing, appearance, Fed, part. p. of Fede, nurtured,

,

ing in, welcoming, 1626.
complexion, 3956.
Fast, adv. (A.S.) very near, close,

reared, 623.
326; securely, solemnly, 2149, Feffe, v. (A.N.) to enfeoff, to en-
8120.

dow, 12719.
Fast, v. (A.S.) to fasten, to affirm, Feftis, Ms. for Festis, fastens or

7985 ; pret. Fest, part. p. Fest, takes, 7125.
Festyn. See Fest.

Feght, v. to fight, to battle, 1152;
Fauchon, Fawchon, 8. (A.N.) a part. Feghtyng, fighting, 9054;
sword, or falchion, 8763, 9655. pret. Faght, Foght; part. p.

.
Faurty, adj. forty, 1751.

Foghtyn.
Faut, Faute, Fawte, 8. a fault, Feghter, 8. a fighter, a pugnacious
want, scarcity, 2128, 4850, 12118,

person, a bully, 1751.
12934.

Feghur, adv. comp. of Teck, fewer,
Faver, s. backing, assistance, good-

7822.
will, 1746.

Feile, v. to fail, 266.
Faveret, adj. liked, esteemed, Feire, adj. fair, 7990.
3868.

Feith, 8. faith, 1154.
Fawre, adj. four, 12317.

Fel, adi. See Fell.
Fawte, 8. a crime, fault, failing, Feld, Fild, Filde, Fyld, 8. a field,
11750, 11754.

a battle-field, battle, 326, 1187,
Fay, v. to delay, linger, put off, 1318, 5961, 8404 ; the ground of
5616.

a shield, 6290.

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Feld, pret. of Fele, felt, 6865, | Fer-caster, 8. a far-reaching, far-
10707.

seeing person, 3950.
Fele, adj. (A.S.) many, 29, 149, Ferd, Ferdon, pret. of Fare, went,

1438 ; ado. very, intensely, 1884; fared, 5142, 5109.
the fairest of þó fele = the fairest Ferd, Ferde, part. p. of Fere,
of those beauties, 2400.

afraid, terrified, 222, 831, 2293.
Fele, v. (A.S.) to feel, to perceive, Fere, 8. (A.S.) a companion, a
6965, 7927, 11792.

wife, 350, 706, 1097; company,
Feliship, 8. fellowship, 2800. suite, 1132; in fere, in company,
Fell, s. (A.S.) the skin, the hide, together, 759, 1319, 6940.
7719, 8795.

Fere, v. (A.S.) to fear, to frighten,
Fell, Felle, Fel, adj. keen, cruel,

to be afraid, 859, 1929, 2142 ; 8.
fierce, fearful, base, 129, 910,

cause to be afraid, 1977; ado.
1304, 1990, 6595, 13914; huge,

downright; o fere = out and out,
great, 5221; comp. Feller, more

completely, 18.
cruel, more relentless, 2055. Fere, l. 1977, should be Ferd.
Fell, Felle, pret. of Fall, happened, Ferfull, adj. grim, haughty, dis-

befell, 116, 500, 1323, 1343, 2345 ; tant, 3868.
brought, gave, 1394.

Ferke, v. to proceed, to hasten, to
Fell, Felle, v. (A.S.) to fell, to

start up, 1036, 11259; to put, to
strike down, to kill, 6512, 7967 ; cut, to strike, 145, 5260 ; to carry,
pret. Felle, 3233.

185, 614, 6032.
Felly, adv. fiercely, cruelly, Ferly, 8. a marvel, a wonder, 95,
6786.

261; adj. strange, wonderful, 350,
Felnes, s. fierceness, fury, cruelty, 970; ado. wonderfully, 5224.
9471,

Ferlyfull, adj. wonderful, horrible,
Felous, adj. fierce, warlike, 6063. 179, 13306.
Feltymes, adv. many times, often, Fernet, adj. (a form of Frenyit)
3014.

frenzied, wild, 5883.
Feme, v. to foam, to gush, 7261, Ferre, adv. (A.S.) further, 110,
8043, 10219.

875, 1375.
Femyne, 8. woman-kind, 6669. Ferrer, 8. a farrier, 1593.
Fend, fende, 8. a fiend, the fiend, Ferther, adv. farther, 11702.

or devil, 4429, 8138, 11716. Fertheryng, 8. a furtherance, aid,
Fend, v. to defend, to ward off, 1011.
3324, 10142, 10300.

Fess, v. to confess, 10325.
Fens, 8. a defence, a bulwark, Fest, v. to fasten, to bind, to con-
7363.

clude, to seal, to pledge, 651,
Fenyond, adj. dallying, uncertain, 8390, 11795; pret. Fest, 10111;
4576.

part. p. Fest, 7874.
Fer, pret. of Fare, went, was re- Fest, 8. a feast, 205, 3463; v. to
ported, 149.

feast, 12299.
Fer, adj. far; Ferre, further, 78, Festen, Feston, Festyn, Festnen,

95, 216 ; the fer ende = the con- v. to fix, to arrange, to fasten, to
clusion, 2247 ; of fer caste = far bind, to ratify, to conclude, 636,
reaching, 1447 ; ado. dearly, 4339; 1427, 3123, 8375, 9081, 13612; to
s. the utmost, the end, 8272.

rouse, to waken, 1429.

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